Scott Howell & Co

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Dallas, TX - "Super Duper" Tuesday served up big wins for Scott Howell & Co.'s ( SHC ) clients coast-to-coast. From Virginia to South Dakota and finally California, Scott Howell & Co saw their campaigns rack up impressive victories."We congratulate all our clients. It was a tremendous night across the country for them and their campaigns. We're honored and humbled to be working with so many wonderful candidates and their teams, " said Scott Howell, founder and CEO. "Last night served as the starting bell for what will be very competitive races this fall. We look forward to helping them continue to get their messages out."SHC, one of the nation's premier Republican media firms, is headquartered in Dallas, Texas with an office in the Washington, D.C. area. The firm counts among its current clients U.S. Senators John Thune, Lindsey Graham and Jim DeMint - who easily won his primary - as well as several members of congress. Including Rep. Gresham Barrett in South Carolina who, as of this writing, is locked in a runoff in the race for governor. The firm's other major victories in competitive primaries include:- California Governor - Meg Whitman the former CEO of eBay racked up an impressive win becoming the first female Republican gubernatorial nominee. One paper echoed the campaign's central theme, writing, "It appears she successfully touted her ability to grow jobs, manage complex budgets and use technology to do more with less." ( Sacramento Business Journal, June 8, 2010 )- VA-5 - St. Sen. Robert Hurt took close to 50% in a 7-candiate field where he out-distanced his nearest opponent by nearly 2-to-1. "Bob Gibson, director of the Sorenson Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia, said Hurt was the only candidate to do well across the district... 'It's good to see an election with a decisive result.'" ( Roanoke Times, June 9, 2010 )- SD-AL - St. Rep. Kristi Noem won the Republican nomination to take on Congresswoman Stephanie Herseth Sandlin ( D ) this fall. The Hotline wrote Noem, "won a come-from-behind victory... defeating a better known candidate... and better funded challenger... But Noem's TV ads were very well done, and allowed her to rise above the pack." ( The Hotline, June 8, 2010 )